Thank you to all the conference attendees, speakers, and volunteers who made the Autism Society Greater Philadelphia 2015 Spring Conference a success!

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Hinkle, Fingles & Prior is pleased to be a Gold Sponsor of Autism Society of Greater Philadelphia’s 2015 Spring Conference

Strategies, Services & Supports Across the Autism Spectrum

Friday, May 29, 2015  • 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Radisson Hotel
1160 1st Avenue
King of Prussia, PA 19406

4:30 – 6:00 p.m. – Wine & Cheese Reception

Please Join Us

Come hear leading experts present on a wide variety of topics including educational best practices, cutting edge medical news, legal rights, family issues, and the latest in technological advances. With a keynote presentation on Technology for Independence, twelve workshops to choose from, a Resource Fair featuring vendors and service providers of interest to the Autism community, and an informal Wine and Cheese reception to close the event, attendees are guaranteed to leave full of useful, practical, and exciting information. Continuing Education certificates are available.

PARENTS ATTEND FOR ONLY $20.00

COUPLES/2 CAREGIVERS FROM THE SAME FAMILY ONLY $30.00

EDUCATORS and PROFESSIONALS ONLY $30.00

NEW: STUDENTS FOR ONLY $15.00

Attention: Rates for this informative Conference have been reduced thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor.

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  • Ira M. Fingles, Esq. will present a session titled “Accessing Adult Services/Waivers.”
  • Adam Wilson, Esq. will present a session titled “Special Education: Getting What is Appropriate for YOUR Child.”
  • Maria Fischer, Esq. will present a session titled “Planning for the Future: Wills, Trusts, Guardianship and The ABLE Act.”

Additional conference sessions will include:

  • Technology Applications in the Autism Classroom
  • Autism and Genes: Practical Aspects, Problems and Utility of Genetic Testing
  • Challenges for Diagnosis and Intervention in Young Girls Diagnosed with ASD: Preschool through Elementary School
  • Technology Applications for Adults: Employment & Independence
  • How Imagination-Based Mindfulness Activities Can Help Children and Teens Reduce Anxiety, Manage Emotions, Stay Calm, and Connect with Others – A Strength -Based Approach to Autism
  • Challenges for Intervention, Transition Planning and Independence in Teens and Young Adult Women with ASD
  • The Role of Social Competency, Anxiety and Self-Regulation in Challenging Behavior
  • From Awareness to Acceptance & Appreciation: The Family Journey
  • The Autism Spectrum After Dark: Sleep Issues

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